many ways it will be similar. the obvious differences is that they don't take an oath at the beginning. they are asked to say on their honor, that whatever they say is the truth. but there's no oath taken, and there are few people here who have been able to make the point or, if, for instance, someone does turn out to say something misleading, whether that is a crime or not. >> right. >> reporter: but this is the main difference and, of course, it's the time as well. there's only an hour with the two murdochs, only an hour with rebekah brooks. so that tends to mean a lot of gatlin gun questions, very short answers and this happens a lot in the states, lawyers sitting next to each one of them, leaning in, interrupting, giving advice along the way. >> right. >> >> reporter: it's fireworks but not likely, chuck, to see a lot of that actually in the meeting. back to you. >> okay. jim maceda, following this in london.